The Zonda reeds take their name from the hot wind that races through the Zonda Pass in the Andes Mountains. The Zonda whips the growing cane back and...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Zonda reeds take their name from the hot wind that races through the Zonda Pass in the Andes Mountains. The Zonda whips the growing cane back and forth, strengthening its fibers. Under the stewardship of 2 generations of the Gonzales family, the Zonda cane is painstakingly cultivated in a pesticide-free environment, then aged and hand-selected.
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I found this reed one of the worst I have tried so far. It takes a lot of work to get them to play in tune, but when you do get them broken in, they play fairly okay. Also, I found that they dont last long after you get them to play well, and sometimes I found articulating long passages harder with these reeds.
I just bought the Zonda Classico #4 reeds, and I have to say, their quality and consistency is impressive for a budget reed. They take a bit of breaking in, but once you have, they will surprise you! Definitely recommended.
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